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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> time to start a new week, fun day monday. what is that, hoda? >> champagne problems by nick jonas. >> we have a good show, all that you missed on mtv movie awards and the rock and kevin hart, irreverent, what's new. and today's buzz. >> also on the red carpet at the
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women of power. something we need to explain about what happened at that power in women, something you'll see later. >> a day that went awry. >> take a good look at these pictures. >> you're not going to recognize our new inductees. >> good for them. >> we're going to have so much fun. great music. lmfao, red foo, remember them? >> we do. >> the anthem, so big. now he's got a new hit, "party train." we've been waiting for him. he was actually here on breaking news a while back frf that's right. >> i just want to show this dress. >> so cute. >> my mom goes to stores and pulls things off of racks and puts them in boxes and send them to me and i don't have to try
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them on until i get to work. she always says, did you like it? did they like it? did kathie lee like it? >> it's beautiful. >> thank you, mom. >> i'll tell you my favorite thing. i had a dinner, my long time friends -- there's stanley. he turned 90. >> what? >> yup, march 1st. there's eva, his wife. she turned, i will not say. >> she will kill you. >> they are both infant shape. they are cody's godparents. stanley's favorite meal in the whole world is turkey. i surprised him. we diding that. turkey, mashers, yams, the whole thing. it was fun. sometimes something simple -- not simple to do, thank you for helping me, in fact i didn't do
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a damn thing. but it really turned out great. it just made them so happy. what do you give a 90-year-old man who has everything. >> that's an awesome thing. i had my two pals here. >> her real friends. >> what are you talking about? >> i'm a little jealous of them. >> come on. anyway, they came, we did nothing. we hung out. we watched veep. >> please don't lower the kleenexes, please, jerry, i'm begging you. here it comes. >> talk about how much fun you had. >> anyway, it was fun. >> i'm only kidding. i like them, too. that's the problem. you've got good taste in friends. lovely girls. >> good girls. >> they are really, really good. >> i'm going to tell you one thing i learned this weekend. >> one thing. you learned a good thing. >> okay. so i love to run in the park and i always run with music blasting. i was running to some mix of like country, honky tonk, fun run music. >> stole my truck, ran over my dog and i want my woman back.
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>> yeah. i was loving it, singing out loud. halfway through the run, dead stop, my phone was dead for some reason. i just charged it. i remember listening to rocky from the daily news who went to israel with you. one of the things i learned, see with your eyes, hear with your ears. that seems obvi. so smart. tie the ear phones out, and i'm running. i don't like running because i hear myself. >> you almost decided to call an uber. >> i didn't have $20. as i'm running i started saying see with your eyes, hear with your ears. you see things you don't hear. flag flapping. you don't see the flag flapping because it's too high and suddenly you hear a conversation. you find yourself looking at the world differently. tonight try it when you're going
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home after work. just say it, see with your eyes, here with your ears. i could hear behind me. >> that would scare me. >> this whole group enveloped me of runners. they were trying to run around me. it was like tons of young kids. they all passed me. i thought, see with your eyes. the second half of my run was better than the first, shocking. i couldn't believe what i had been missing in the park. >> life. >> i'd run a million times. even on the way walking to my apartment, i saw a bird. i couldn't hear it, i heard a siren. it was interesting. try it tonight. >> is it going to change the way you run in the park? >> i think so. i love my music but i don't want to miss things. >> live in the moment. >> do it now. are you doing it? >> i hear you speaking. >> it's not working. do it when you go outside. it's better. >> we can't get enough of the royals. princess catherine in mumbai.
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>> kate. >> kathryn, it said it on there. >> now i want to play cricket like she does. >> she wears 3 inch heels with a dress. everything she does is adorable. if a big wind came up. remember when a big wind did come up and we got a back view of her. >> was it her? >> yes. it was pretty spectacular. >> the royals bonded with kids. >> they do. they deserve time on their own. we want to know what you guys think of this. apparently gwen stefani and blake shelton are going strong. they both changed their twitter profile to pictures of each other as kids. >> so gwen's twitter profile picture is blake as a child. and blake's is gwen as a child.
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>> i think it's a little weird and i like them both. do you? >> i don't know what it's saying, i wish i knew you then. this is who we are now. seems a little. >> i mean, it's cute. it is cute. >> what would happen if you put blake's baby picture on your profile. >> maybe i'll change mine, too. dare me? >> yeah. >> okay. >> where is kyle? >> can you change it? >> on hoda's facebook. >> here is a question, what makes a creep? we've all been around people creepy. there's a professor of skog who researched the behavior of creepy guys. >> traits and behaviors. >> if you have these, you're a creep. standing too close to someone. i don't mind if someone is really hot. >> you know weird in the elevator and there's room over there but for some reason -- >> they left foaming at the mouth.
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>> what about this, smiling peculiarly. >> that's creepy. >> do it. >> someone get a shot of jimmy, because i think he's doing it. >> there's a creepy. he's not creepy, sweet. too much about a topic, sex. walk away from that guy. >> some people do that. laughing inappropriately. how about this one, not letting someone out of the conversation. you know how you're backing up. >> trying to get out. >> and they won't let you. >> displaying unwanted sexual interest. stop that. >> asking to take pictures of the person. >> do you mind if i take your picture? >> displaying too much or too it is emotion. >> something seems off if you're not reading the room. >> here is an important one. >> this is it. we need tommy for this one. >> up on top. ready? having bulging eyes. go. bulging eyes. >> long fingers. you can't help the length of your fingers. >> i would like to see an example of this in the studio?
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>> who has very long fingers, please. pasty skin. >> okay. >> greasy hair. >> dark eye bags. >> wear dirty clothes and constantly licking your lips. >> wow, this is a person -- answers to the name of lucky. finally, how to prevent a foot blister. >> if you've ever been running and you have a blister, that can cripple you. makes it so you can't go out anymore. we have it now. if you're wondering how on earth can we stop a blister. this is from the clinic of sports medicine. can you believe it? you're not going to believe this. something called paper tape. have you ever seen it? >> it doesn't stick. >> how do you open it? here. i just want to see what it feels like. >> show how to wash your hands properly while you're doing that. >> what they do is put it on -- apply it to the blister prone
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lead lead leader -- >> the language, references, average age is 20, 21. that means 10 years old and 30 years old. it was a little raunchy. the rock and kevin hart hosted. great schtick together. >> how do they get away with expletives. >> they do it the nice before and bleep it out. that's adam from pitch perfect 2. >> they are laying down. >> you get the idea. >> spanx. >> literally knocked her shoes off. >> that changed from best kiss to something else. >> will smith received generation award, who doesn't love will smith.
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queen latifah and halle berry performed it. a medley from some of the songs. let's listen ♪ kids across the land don't need to argue parents still don't understand ♪ ♪ now this is the story all about how my wife got flipped turned upside down i'd like to take a minute to sit right there how i became the prince of a town called bel-air ♪ >> he really put it in perspective when he talked about a recent moment, kind of puts in perspective his career now. >> there's one kid, and he's like 8 years old and he's wrapped up. he's like oh, my god. oh, my god. i don't know who you are! i don't know who you are! i was like, oh, man, i leaned down to him. i said, hey, i'm "the karate kid's" dad. >> oh, that's jaden's dad.
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>> that reference to his son being in the karate kid remake. a great perspective on life. melissa mccarthy she won comedy genius award, the first woman to win it. she actually couldn't get to the stage. they kind of crowd surfed her down. >> i love her. >> she's instant funny. you look at her and you laugh. she's also celebrating a great weekend. just surpassed by 45,000 batman versus superman. first place at the box office by a hair. >> let's move on to another big awards ceremony. rock & roll hall of fame. >> steve miller of the steve miller band. the whole time he bashed the organization rock & roll hall of fame. you go, steve. he talked about how they were not inconclusive of women and transparent about their dealings. to be honest they are not inconclusive of women as they should be, 321 members and only
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another to take the fame and put it together for something other than your self. >> that was the theme of the star-studded event, the magazine highlights women working in entertainment and media. guess who got an invite. >> the two of us. we made the cut. we headed down to interview the host and distinguished ladies being honored attachment a look. >> we're here. we've got a bit of a surprised. the women in power luncheon. >> we were excited because we saw we were being honored. >> we were told we were going to be honored here. >> so excited. >> then what? we discovered we were invited but we're not being honored. >> that's okay because we're just happy there's wine. >> meghan, we thought we were being honored. >> yes. >> we thought, kathie lee and i thought we were being honored. we were told. [ laughter ] >> that's why i'm here. >> for what, drinking
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constantly? it's actually an intervention. that's what this whole thing is today? >> why do you have that centered right exactly there? >> i think you know why. >> because of the cover. >> the cleave. >> a lot. >> it's not about the cleave, it's about the heart. >> your heart is -- >> huge. >> voluptuous. >> you're in great company. >> to be with these women i'm pinching myself. i feel so grateful, honored. >> what is the karma award. >> talk about sexual assault and domestic violence. how the good news is things are changing. people, i think, are really turning toward these issues. >> going to be introducing you. >> yes, she is. >> that's quite an honor. >> we founded this charity together, it's called yac, youth anxiety center. it's about young kids and
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anxiety. >> is it about building confidence. >> they are intimidated. a lot of anxiety is genetic. a lot of anxiety is around them, their environment. >> you're here to represent the work you do with an organization very close to my heart as well, child help. you were smitten even then. >> you cannot resist these two women. they help the most severely abused and neglected and at risk children both by trying to prevent child abuse, trying to intervene in the moment with 1-800-4 child hot line and the fact there are villages where they take care of children. >> the after care is every bit as important as rescuing them. >> congratulations on this award. tell us about your charity? >> mother health international is an organization that works mainly in northern uganda where they help women birth. they help them birth in a way that helps to ease their trauma, because we know that war can really be traumatic on the body rainfall it's so fascinating to see the different charities that everyone is involved with. something just touches your
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heart and it's almost irresistible, you have to be a part of it. >> so nice they are doing this. we can all gain strength from each other and get inspiration as well. it's women helping women and women making the world a better place for both women and men. i think that's really vital and it's important to remember to celebrate it as you do the harder work of trying to change the world. >> that was sweet, right? >> absolutely. all very deserving ladies. while we weren't honored we were thrilled to be in the company of them. >> it was terrific. julienne moore and misty copeland. stunning body makeovers from the joy fit club. you're not going to believe before and after. before and after. >> when it's your time to shine. before and after. >> you want to feel good from head to toe. including your nails. introducing the amopé electronic nail care system.
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she'll have a live update in our midday newscast. you can look for an update at police in san bruno investigating a deadly overnight hit and run. we'll update our twitter feed. we'll have weather coming up after the break.
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finally we get a chance to dry out after a soggy weekend
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and great weather today for the oakland a's game later this evening. we're going to be at 63 degrees at first pitch and a few clouds by the end of the game. breezy winds down to 58 degrees with winds coming in from the west at about 10 to 15 miles an hour. a look at the microclimates today, a high of 68 in san jose. 67 in half moon bay and embarcadero up to 62 degrees. 70 in fairfield. 66 degrees in livermore. we will have some rain moving in by the middle of the week as this area of low pressure approaches the north bay while the rest of the bay area sees it early thursday morning and then behind that rain will have gusty winds becoming quite high by thursday afternoon. rainfall totals look to be about a tenth to a quarter inch and as we head into the weekend, temperatures will be heating up into the mid to upper 60s. >> all right. thanks.
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make sure to join us at 11:00 for our next newscast. i'll see you then. we're back on fun day monday with tyler hoechlin, one of the hottest actors in hollywood. at least that's what everybody is saying. >> you know him best from mtv hits series "teen wolf." now he's taking his talents to the big screen in a film "everybody wants some." >> it's about a college baseball team in 1980. tyler plays glen mcreynolds, the best on the team who has no problem proofing it. >> any time. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i don't believe what i just saw. >> you want to go half price. we can sell it now, call it five bucks. >> nothing.
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triple it. >> you feeling lucky? >> i am. i feel great with those odds. triple or nothing sounds fantastic. one of the best days of my life here, until tomorrow. >> don't leave us hanging. >> welcome back. >> thank you. thank you. >> this is something you know a lot about. you played a lot of baseball in your life. >> i did. i played in college. kind of like going home for me. >> how was that? did the old skills come back. >> quick enough. the recovery skills, the shoulder doesn't recover as much as i want to. >> at your age. >> baseball players it's a short life. i've got buddies who play now and they are into surgeries already. it's crazy. >> describe your character. just from the looks of it, looks very interesting. >> it was an interesting time. 1980. >> i play glen mcreynolds, who from what my friends say about this movie likes to peacock. very arrogant, kind of like one
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of those guys who has never had a bad day in his life yet. it will change eventually. once somebody comes along that's a better player, it will be a rude awakening. >> that ever happen to you? >> all the time. >> come on. >> liar. >> such a nerd in high school. >> when you played in college, did you have that confidence, that swagger you need when you're playing ball? >> that's one of the things our director talked about, capturing that swagger, arrogance college athletes v you have to. you're in a competitive job. you have to tell yourself you're the best or you get weeded out. on the field, yes. off the field you can tone it down. >> "everybody wants some" with two exclamation points. >> thank you, van halen. >> what is it they want? >> i got really profound when i talk about it. i think everybody wants a piece of the world. when you go off to college, there's no time like that. everyone is just as ambitious. you're still slightly naive to how the world works.
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you think you can go and grab a piece of the world for yourself. you're never surrounded by people in that mind-set, at least i haven't found that yet. you want some of everything. >> a piece of the pie. >> a piece of it. >> when you were deciding on your career path, was it a real tug-of-war between professional sports and acting. >> constant. >> did you want to play pro ball? >> i did. i've been doing both since i was nine. i've been playing baseball since i could walk. yeah, a couple times throughout career opportunities came up in the acting field and said no to continue to play baseball. >> are you happy with your choice? >> no regrets. i took it as long as i could. >> what position did you play? >> middle infield, shortstop, second base. >> can you show us your swagger, a way to swing the bat. >> the bat flip. it's a controversial thing because people have fun with it but there's purists that don't want it. >> what is it? >> you hit a home run, you kind of show off.
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ken griffey, this stance here and swing, drop the bat and walk away. it's a personality thing. it's like dropping the mic. however you want to swing it, then it's your personality. do whatever you want. >> give her room. give her room, people. give her room. >> swing. >> there it is, wherever you want it. there you go. >> yes. that was good. >> with enthusiasm. >> i showed my spanx. >> i point to where it's going. i'm going to point. >> call the shot. that's a way to do it, too. >> an imaginary ball. >> the tongue out. i like the tongue out. >> wow. no, that was great. it was great. perfect. >> good job, hoda woman. >> thank you so much, tyler. >> got it. >> "everybody wants some" in theaters everywhere. >> everywhere in the whole world.
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at 13, he weighed 300 pounds. and at 19 he weighed 500 pounds. he clearly had a very dysfunctional relationship with food which hit him physically and emotionally. at the same time he's an uber tal en, super funny and super smart. he submitted a voice tape to a radio station when he was a young adult to get a spot. sight unseen they actually hired him. he got in the car, he relocated his family. when he got there in his 500 pound body, they rescinded the offer. he was devastated. but i have to say at the same time this was his motivation to change his ways. so he gave himself a calorie budget. he stuck with it. he just put in whatever he wanted and the weight literally fell off. he lost 275 pounds. he then hit a roadblock. i think a lot of people can relate to this. he actually gained back about 100. he was on a mission to knock it
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back off. this time he looked at the emotional component. he has a couple of tricks up his sleeve he's going to share when he comes out. >> showing shawn's before picture. all right, come join the joy fit club. >> 275 pounds. >> unbelievable. >> he's a different person. >> shawn, how did you knock that lost 100 off? >> the second time. >> the second time i had to do things a little differently. before i had a calorie budget, watched that. then i realized, maybe i need a little more structure. so one of the things i did was i gave up refined sugar. i was really reluctant at first but it became the best thing ever for me. >> this is how much he was eating in one week, just added sugar. this is 13 cups. >> what would you put it in, everything? sugar in everything. >> well, it was just the different things, the ice cream,
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the breads, stuff like this. >> could you imagine? tell us what else you did accountability. >> accountability and support. that's one thing that's the best advice i can give anybody, set up your accountability and support system. so for me i had a blog. i still have a blog. i maintain it daily. and a twitter feed that i for the last two years during this return from relapse, regain, i have actually documented with a photograph, description and calorie count every single things that's been in my face for two years. >> a couple of seconds. good for you. >> here we go with hope. hope church, 36 years old, from browns summit, north carolina. she's a wife, a woman. she didn't start with weight issues until after the birth of her beautiful son jarrett. she, again, emotionally ate. she hit 293 pounds. she's lost more than half her weight. >> here is her before picture. hope, come join the joy fit club.
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>> oh, my goodness. >> stunning. she is stunning. >> what? >> gorgeous. >> tell about the bracelet. you have to tell them about your bracelet. >> my bracelet, i had it made. it said, she believed she could and she did. i had my starting weight stamped on the inside. any time i struggle i look down at my bracelet and how far i came. >> god bless. >> you guys are amazing inspirations. >> thanks, guys, so much. >> do you hear that? do you hear it? >> she's hearing with her ears. >> redfoo. >> i've been told glitter wands.
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xarelto® can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto®, watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto®, tell your doctor about any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto® is the number one prescribed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto® there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®.
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we have a question for you. guess who's in the house.
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>> redfoo. >> part of the duo lmfao whose party anthem remains a soundtrack. >> gone sole okay, new solo, "party rock mansion." he's here to help us with the party train. >> we're excited. >> glad to see you. >> everyone jazzed ready for the big reveal. >> son of berry gordy. >> still are. >> still am. >> what does he think of your music? >> he thinks my music is great. he's really proud of me. finally. finally. >> it took a minute. >> took a minute. >> we have a picture, there's you and your dad. i think we have a shot of you and your mom, too. >> with m.j. nice group, baby. you, michael and your mama. >> let's do it. >> redfoo. >> hit it. ♪ what's up new york ♪ hey that's what i'm talking about ♪
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♪ party rock anthem ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ excuse me who are you excuse me who are you ♪ ♪ i'm the conductor the league is your instructor all aboard ♪ ♪ get on that party train
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get on that party train hey come on new york let's go party people ♪ ♪ get on that party train ♪ ♪ chug chug chug chug ♪ ♪ get on that party train ♪ hey yeah baby ♪ ♪ hey you're getting low hey yeah hey ♪ ♪ check it out check it out ♪ ♪ i can feel i need to let loose loose in your caboose ♪ ♪ i need to drink some juice with some gin so i can party with all my friends ♪
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♪ that's why i'm calling my groupies ♪ ♪ calling all my instagram models ♪ ♪ calling on the cuties doing squats for their booties and snapchaters ♪ ♪ i need more disappearing movies. >> cash, flash, rhymes with pretty ♪ ♪ crash, flash ♪ ♪ all aboard get on that party train ♪ ♪ hey. >> yeah baby ♪ ♪ let's go get on that party train ♪ ♪ we've got to keep going ♪ we've got to party ♪ get on that party train ♪ yeah ♪ chug chug chug chug chug chug chug chug chug ♪ ♪ ♪ get on that party train ♪ hey
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>> "party rock anthem ♪ >> out now. "party rock anthem." our favorite things. today on nbc. get back on that
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time for our favorite things. on friday my son cody, who is studying to get his master's in film, all that stuff. he said, mom, you've got to go this weekend to see this movie. i never do. so i said, okay, what is it? he said, mom, it's a perfect film. so for him to say that, this movie is called "eye in the sky" with helen mirren. it is like a perfect movie. the story is so compelling. the acting is incredible. i couldn't move for about five minutes after the movie ended. i just sat there and watched the credits. >> it's about --
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>> it's about everything. you had helen on a couple weeks ago when i was out of town. i missed seeing her. wow, everybody is extraordinary in it. you've got to go see "eye in the sky." >> speaking of great things in film or documentary, there's something i saw this weekend called "everything is copy." about norah. >> a documentary about her life. >> a clip in there. >> directed by her son jacob bernstein. she was married to carl bernstein. but if you love writing, that era, all the films. >> who didn't. >> it's a great, great, great film. i learned so much about her. it just happened to come on. sometimes you get lucky that way. that's going to wrap it up for this fun day monday. join us tomorrow, we're going to catch up with kourtney kardashian.
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the intense search for a missing two year girl. right now at 11:00, an intense search for a missing 2-year-old girl. police across the state now joining in. the clue detectives hope will bring her home. good morning, everyone. thank you for joining us. i'm scott mcgrew. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon in for kris sanchez. the clock is ticking in that creditical search for that 2-year-old toddler. her mother was found murdered on friday. police are stressing the urgency of finding this little girl. >> stephanie chuang is live outside of police headquarters. stephanie, they are expanding their search. >> reporter: they are, scott. you mentioned it, this is statewide now. san francisco police telling me this mor t


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